We utilise many different materials in roofing and architectural cladding. The following is an outline of the commonly used metals, however do not hesitate to question us on any other material.
Zincalume steel has a zinc / aluminium alloy coating creating a corrosion resistant material with a lifetime of up to four time of galvanised steel. It is most commonly used for roofing and is available in many different profiles.
Colorbond is a prepainted steel that provides a very high level of durability and is commonly used for both roofing and cladding. It is available in many different profiles and colours, including Colorbond Ultra and Colorbond Metallic. Colorbond steel is a cost effective solution for both traditional and modern, contemporary profiles.
Aluminium is a light weight, flexible and highly durable product with great conformity of colour. It is available in many different profiles and can be powdercoated and anodised providing a range of colours and finishes.
Zinc is a premium metal which has been used for both roofing and cladding for over 200 years. It is a highly durable, malleable and flexible material that will develop a patina (protective layer) over the years. It is available in many different profiles and finishes.
Stainless steel has a very high corrosion and stain resistance. It is a premium material providing very high durability and is available in different marine grades to suit the surrounding environment. It is available in a range of finishes, textures and profiles.